Evaluation and Administration
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

DESCRIPTION: To familiarize student with a wide variety of administrative responsibilities with regard to physical education.
TAUGHT: Winter, Summer, Fall
CONTENT AND TOPICS: This is a lecture class designed to familiarize the student with a wide variety of administrative responsibilities with regard to budget, promotion, scheduling, cohesiveness within the coaching staff, problem solving, and a basic understanding of sports law and ethics. The student receives instruction in understanding the appropriate rules, etiquette, ethics, and skills for physical fitness activities and learns that physical activity provides opportunities for enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and social interaction.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: This course offers the student an important opportunity to better appreciate the administration and ethical nature of the laws and order of physical education. The student will:
1. Understand and describe the new settings for sport, fitness, and physical education.
2. Learn and discuss both the possibilities and problems of current sport and fitness changes
3. Understand, describe,and analyze legal implications arising from such laws as Title IV, handicap legislation, adaptations required, and how they pertain to physical education, fitness, and sports/athletic programs.
4. Learn effective evaluation techniques and show how tsting can help monitor and improve physical education, fitness and sports/athletic programs
5. Learn and understand a wide variety of responsibilities such as purchasing, maintenance, budgeting, scheduling necessary for administring effective programs in physical education, fitness, and sports/athletic programs
6. Learn and understand current ethical issues such as use of drugs as performance enhancers, eating disorders, Olympic competition and values, body-mind-spirit unit, and how they apply to personnel involved in physical education, fitness, sports/athletic programs
4. To analyze education through the physical and multi-activity programs.
5. To analyze the influences of liability and Title IX on physical education.
REQUIREMENTS: The student will:
1. Learn through lecture, presentations, reading assignments, question and answer sessions, discussion
2. Passritten tests, exams, and quizzes
3. Submit written paper(s) assigned or approved by instructor
4. Attend class and participate
PREREQUISITES: BIO 264 & 265 recommended.
OTHER: Lecture class meets three times a week
EFFECTIVE DATE: January 2004